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  1. Pre-registration Management Review Survey feedback

  2. The Process • NES first ‘ran’ the survey for the Pre-registration Management process in 2010. • The current survey was revised for 2011 • The survey has been completely redeveloped for 2012 • The above work has been overseen by the survey working group whose membership was drawn from Higher Education Institutions, Practice Education Facilitators, Practice Education Co-ordinator and the NMAHP research and information officer. • The development of next year’s survey has included a rewrite of all survey questions and then a period of piloting with students/mentors and charge nurses. For 2012, the mentor and charge nurse survey will be combined.

  3. The Primary Purpose of the Survey • ‘The purpose of the survey is to gather views of 3rd • year student Nurses and midwives, their mentors and • the charge nurses regarding the educational • environment in practice and the preparedness of • students, on completion of their programme, for their • role as registered practitioners. • The results of the survey are used as part of the • information that informs the annual reviews of • institutions providing pre-registration nursing and • midwifery across Scotland’.

  4. The 2011 Survey Results • Increase in responses • Nurses and Midwives 30.5% • Mentors 137.9% • Charge Nurses 36.5% • The results presented over the next few slides are • across all universities and their board areas.

  5. The 2011 Survey Results (2) • Student survey • 84.1% of students rated positively the value of their education programme in preparing them for practice. • Two thirds of students were generally satisfied with all aspects of clinical practice rating these as good or excellent. • 60.9% of students had received the QSPP and 92.7% found them helpful. • Nearly all students reported having a named mentor (98.0%) • Less satisfactory aspects of placements were perceived to be a lack of support form their HEI(31.2%) access to learning resources (26.7%) and regular feedback from their mentor(14.9%)

  6. The 2011 Survey Results (3) • Mentor Survey • 91.9% reported receiving formal preparation form their HEI to be a • mentor. • 95.4% reported that they had regular mentoring updates. • 93.8% had regular contact with a PEF. • 80.7% rated their capacity to provide supervision for students as good or excellent. • However their were issues with regard to time in terms of preparation, induction and assessment. • They rated the enthusiasm and motivation of the students as good or excellent.

  7. The 2011 Survey Results (4) • Charge Nurse Survey • Most charge nurses were happy with the notice they received prior to the student arrival (68.6% rated this as good or excellent) • 95.2 % reported having a linked PEF. • Charge Nurses rated the enthusiasm (68.6%) and motivation(67.2%) of the students as good or excellent.

  8. Future Developments • Completely re-developed survey for 2012 • Combined mentor and charge nurse survey • More robust analysis of the qualitative comments • Possibility of some kind of trend analysis in the future • More robust ways to increase respondents to be considered • Increased feedback opportunities and links with work to support the undergraduate programmes to be explored.